Our Video Stories
Life at Shiyala School, Zambia
Making A Difference: Volunteer
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Participants share their experience of working on the Evergreen School classroom build
Evergreen School Build
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In 2019 Mothers of Africa commissioned Caukin Studio to design and build four additional classrooms at Evergreen School in rural Zambia. They were helped by volunteer participants and a local (paid) workforce of equal men and women. Rachel was one of the local workers. Here, she describes some of the challenges facing rural Zambian children, and in particular girls, seeking to improve their lives through education.
Leave a Legacy: Education
Mothers of Africa . 01:39
Create Something that will last forever.
Shiyala Nurse: Margaret's story
Mothers of Africa . 02:50
"Margaret is the nurse in charge of the Shiyala village health post in rural Zambia. Here, she describes some of the challenges women face bringing new life into the world.”
Shiyala Primary School, Chongwe, Zambia
Mothers of Africa . 05:43
Charity founder, Professor Judith Hall gives a guided tour of Shiyala Primary School.
The Road to Shiyala Primary School:
Mothers of Africa . 05:59
Charity founder, Professor Judith Hall tells the story of why Mothers of Africa came to build the Primary School for Shiyala Community in rural Zambia.
Mothers of Africa . 03:11
Dr. Christabel Mbüza, Senior Resident Medical Officer at Chongwe District Hospital, Zambia. In an interview with Mothers of Africa, Dr. Mbüza describes the problems teenage girls and women face when giving birth in the bush and the long distances they must travel to reach a hospital. Christabel also explains the lack of education of many of the teenage mothers and the vulnerability this produces.
Shiyala School Build and Vacation School
Mothers of Africa . 06:57
A beautiful video showing photos of the second phase build of Shiyala School in Zambia and the August 2017 vacation school. We are pleased to feature the volunteer students from Global Opportunities, Cardiff University, staff from Orkidstudio, the local workforce, teaching staff and Mothers of Africa, Monaco volunteers. A fantastic end to 2017.